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Pain on the top of the foot and ankle
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Diagrams courtesy of Netter's Anatomy

Netter's Anatomy

Pain in the half of the big toe next to the second toe, as well as the second, third and fourth toe, is due to the L-5 Dermatome. (letter B)

The L-5 Dermatome travels up the top, and part of the bottom of your foot, and the outside portion of your leg. (see letter B, and the L-5 dermatome pathway).

Dermatome chart by Grantís Atlas of Anatomy

Dermatome chart courtesy of Grantís Atlas of Anatomy.

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